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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by tagallery tagged EXHIBITION_link.of.thought

UE: "A 'capture device' for recording the motions used when drawing a 'tag' (...) Print-outs of this 'digitized' motions are placed within the urban environment, extending the notion of 'traditional' graffiti into new media."

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EK: "People tend to think that the net is a public space. This might be true for some parts of it (...) ShiftSpace.org attempts to subvert this trend by providing a new public space on the web by pressing the [shift] + [space] keys."

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UE: "(...) Why can't we take netart for instance into the public space where we can see others interacting with the works? HTTP Gallery dedicates itself to these questions (...)"

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EK: "Portraits of what 01.org found to be the most beautiful avatars in Second Life. 13 portraits (clearly a reference to Andy Warhol's 13 Most Beautiful Boys and 13 Most Beautiful Women), which was recently shown in New York. (...)"

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UE: "This is a 'machine-based' curating project, developed even earlier in net art times. C@C was a prototype program developed for producing and distributing art, as well as presenting, documenting and discussing it. (...)"

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EK: "The smart artist makes machines do the work - that is the credo of this platform which automatically produces netart on demand, based on keywords. (...) So, this is an interesting attempt of the concept of non-curation of netart works (...)"

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UE: "(...) A site dedicated to posting information on art in threads while it seems that one post brings in the next and so on (...) until it moves on to the next. (...) What kind of curation method are they following?"

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EK: “(...) The initiative of the Steve Museum clearly has its roots in the realm of netart. This project aims at improving access to works of art through inviting their audience to submit their own metadata to the museum's artworks (...)”

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URSULA ENDLICHER (UE): “As it is all about linking in the TAGallery, i thought I might include not one artist, but a ‘place’, that hosts and commissions net art for now 11 years. So I am choosing a net art repository (...)”

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ELA KAGEL (EK): “I like this interpretation of the DIY-idea. (...) This artistic study of what they call an 'autocannibalistic model' reveals the economics of Google and their global monopoly of information.”

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